The new MacBook Air is expected to arrive in early 2019, and Apple is now reportedly testing a new curtain that will be used on its new laptops.
The curtains, which are rumored to be based on the same material as the Macs curtains, have been shown in the past and reportedly work well, according to MacRumors.
The company has reportedly tested out different curtains in recent months and has found that they all work well.
The new curtain should work with any laptop or MacBook Pro, although it should be noted that Apple doesn’t have any actual curtain testing in the works yet.
Apple is reportedly testing curtains based on different materials, but they are also known to be hard to work with, and they have been known to work on both Apple and Dell laptops.
If true, the curtains are designed to be used with either laptop or Mac, although they are not meant to be combined.
This could be a new way for Apple to keep the price down for its laptops, and it could help to cut down on the amount of time it takes to switch between the two.
We’ve seen a lot of rumors about the new Macs and Mac Pro recently, and we’ll continue to keep an eye on this space for more details.
The MacBook Air will be available for purchase this September for $1,199, and will be starting at $1.19 per month after that.